P.J. Fleck’s arrival at Minnesota might’ve quieted the amount of transfer talk. Still, the new era of Gopher football was bound to yield at few a couple departures.
Minnesota’s starting center, Tyler Moore, announced that he’ll leave the program:
The End of an Chapter.
Thank you. 〽️ pic.twitter.com/JzKRykiArk
— Tyler Moore (@Ohh_MOE) January 9, 2017
Moore was one of the steadying forces behind the Gophers’ two-heading rushing attack. With Moore paving the way, Minnesota had the fifth-best rushing attack in the B1G.
He started 20 consecutive games for Minnesota, dating back to Oct. 10, 2015. That streak came to an end when he was out for the Holiday Bowl with a back injury.
The sophomore will have two years of eligibility remaining at another school.